They fund and collaborate with Arab terrorists. They harbor mass murdering Hutu militiamen in their midst.
And, of course, they introduced the one lone scourge of which Haiti was free to that earthquake ravaged nation:
If an international agency brought a deadly disease to New York City that killed more people than the 9/11 attacks, what would be the consequences? Could they simply brush it off and have nobody hold them accountable for the damages? The answer is obviously no, and the same would be true for most of the countries in this hemisphere. But so far, it looks like they can get away with it in Haiti.
For some reason the “international community” thinks that it can get away with anything in Haiti. More than 7,000 Haitians have been killed since October 2010 by the deadly cholera bacteria that UN troops brought to Haiti in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake in January that year.
More than 500,000 have been infected, and the disease – which Haiti has not had in more than a century – is now endemic to the country and will be killing people there for many years to come.
It came from the Nepalese “peacekeepers” sent to Haiti—everyone knows that. I’m sure I’ve even read the UN’s own admission of guilt.
Why yes, I did:
The UN’s own study was clear: “The source of the Haiti cholera outbreak was due to contamination of the Meye Tributary of the Artibonite River with a pathogenic strain of current South Asian type Vibrio cholerae as a result of human activity.” In other words, somebody dumped human fecal matter containing a deadly cholera bacteria from South Asia into one of the country’s main sources of water for drinking and irrigation. Who might that be?
Suspect number one is the UN troop encampment from Nepal. From the Associated Press at the time of the outbreak:
When Associated Press journalists visited Wednesday, they found open and cracked pipes behind the base, with U.N. military investigators taking samples. There was an overpowering smell of human waste, and a pipe leading toward a septic tank was leaking foul-smelling black fluid toward the river.
The waste is dumped across the street in open pits that residents, who live a few yards away, said often overflow into the Artibonite tributary running below.
A UN official told the BBC that “everyone knew the sanitary situation in the Nepali base was deplorable”.
Not content merely to introduce cholera into the drinking water, the UN has more in store for Haiti:
On December 14, 2011, the National Network for the Defense of Human Rights (RNDDH) received in its office, a complaint alleging an incident in which three (3) Haitian citizens were brutally beaten by officers of the Mission United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH).
On December 13, 2011 in the afternoon, Joseph and Abel JOSEPH GILBERT, aged respectively twenty-nine (29) and twenty (20) years boarded a water delivery truck registered ZA 08937. They came to ensure delivery in Cite Soleil, an area known as Old Fort Sunday, when the truck broke down.
At dusk and after many attempts to repair the truck, they realized they had to leave the car there. They decided to stay on site in order to secure the truck and the equipment attached thereto. Armos BAZILE, whose uncle is a client of Joseph GILBERT, joined them about 10 h00 in the evening to spend the night with them. It is aged nineteen (19) years.
It was around three (3) in the morning when agents of Brazilian contingent of MINUSTAH, in a routine patrol, passed near the truck. After having passed the patrol stopped his vehicle and the soldiers walked back up to the individuals listed above. Came to them, these soldiers arrested them without any explanation. They forced them to empty their pockets, applied to the sum of four thousand five hundred (4500) gourds representing the amount of three (3) trucks of water delivered during the day and a phone number belonging to Gilbert JOSEPH 39350529.
MINUSTAH officers also seized the license of Gilbert Joseph and the national identification cards, two (2) companions of the latter before taking them to the courtyard of the Joint Educational Institution of La Saline, a school which the court is used by the inhabitants of the area to dry clay.
For kicks and punches, Gilbert Joseph, Abel and Joseph Armos BAZILE were tortured in the courtyard of the Joint Educational Institution of La Saline.
Victims deal with their bodies, visible signs of physical abuse. They were beaten to the point where they can not sit.
MINUSTAH officials forced the victims back into their vehicle and took them on Route 9, in a banana plantation, not far from Wells Brant.
Arriving on Highway 9, UN officials have stripped victims and still violently abused. This time, added to the kicks, a staff of MINUSTAH, with a machete, beat the victims. They used their clothes to make a fire before deciding to abandon them altogether.
The incident occurred on Route 9, on the night of 13 to 14 December 2011, results have always shown contempt of MINUSTAH officials who, upon their arrival in Haiti, have shown in their true light: beings barbaric, violent, acting without respect for human rights.
Indeed, officials of MINUSTAH continue to be involved in serious wrongdoing such as theft, rape, gang rape, physical abuse, sexual exploitation, murder, sodomy, beatings, etc.
If I ever find myself at the mercy of any entity of the UN, I hope there is a pistol with at least a single shot nearby. Or a bottle of Liquid Drano. Even a butter knife. Anything but live under its aegis.